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Ludovico Einaudi - Royal Albert Hall Concert
i already know that you're also a pianist, i recall that from some past thread.. ;pTres tendre comme musique
Excellent choix eile
En fait, j'apprecie le piano car je joue moi-meme du piano, donc c'est l'un des instruments que j'arrive a manipuler aisement
Awwwww Thank you for this lovely piecei already know that you're also a pianist, i recall that from some past thread.. ;p
Yundi li is great (as far as sweet tenderness goes)
but there are these two contemporary pianists, mark their names: VOLODOS and HAMELIN, they are excellent classical pianists not just technically but musically as well, these two fellows elevate virtuosity to whole new level..
for example (aside from the standard virtuoso characteristics they posses) they enjoy playing two different melodies, with two different rhythms (doesn't matter, even two completely different pieces), one with each hand, simultaneously, in perfect harmony, so effortlessly and musically, while still maintaining the originality of the piece(s) and all the nuance
Volodos playing Turkish March (Mozart's Rondo ala turca)
loved it! innocence surpasses all..Awwwww Thank you for this lovely piece
I played it when I was in grade 8 at the piano's day LoL
Akid you know "le beau Danube bleu"
I played it as well, and this lovely little girl reminded it to me.. I think I was smaller when I start learning piano :dil:
She's not a virtuose, but she's amazingly sweet
an, kenna nsina :biggrin: